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Premiere Pro 2021 update - Hindi subtitles no longer working

Community Beginner ,
Apr 15, 2021 Apr 15, 2021

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Hi there,

The most recent version of Premiere Pro has completely altered how subtitles are handled. As a result, Hindi text no longer displays or renders correctly, showing strange lines beneath the text, although it still appears correctly in the text editing panel.

 

Image 1. This is how a Hindi .SRT file appears in the editing panel, as open captions (no strange lines):

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Imagine 2. This is how it appears in the preview panel and when rendered (I've drawn red cirlces around the lines):


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I'm a UK-based Windows 10 user. My team member in the US is a Mac user and has the same issue.  We've tried changing Premiere's language settings in Preferences>Graphics, changing our computers' language settings, clearing the cache, importing sequences into new projects, and I've tried every single Hindi-compatible font in Adobe's library. Nothing has worked and we're out of ideas. It's looking like our only option will be to revert to the 2020 version of Premiere.

Any advice or assistance gratefully received.

In kindness,

Chris.

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Adobe Community Professional , Apr 15, 2021 Apr 15, 2021
There is a new caption track setting that you do not describe checking. But I don't recall your particular issue being reported. See this post: https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro/arabic-characters-not-joining-correctly-in-the-new-captioning-tool/m-p/11912711#M336357 "Do you have South Asian and Middle Eastern set in your Caption Track Settings? Right-click on the Caption track header, choose Track Settings... and then under Styling Options > Text Engine, click button for South Asian...

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UPDATE: I spent about 4 hours in a troubleshooting chat with Adobe today. They've confirmed this is a "known error" with Premiere Pro 2021 and will email me when they have a fix. No information on when that could be. If anyone else has a solution in the mean time, please feel free to share it here. For now, we're rolling back to Premiere Pro 2020, which works perfectly. Thanks,

Chris.

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There is a new caption track setting that you do not describe checking. But I don't recall your particular issue being reported.

 

See this post:

https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro/arabic-characters-not-joining-correctly-in-the-new-capti...

 

"Do you have South Asian and Middle Eastern set in your Caption Track Settings? Right-click on the Caption track header, choose Track Settings... and then under Styling Options > Text Engine, click button for South Asian and Middle Eastern. Then click Ok button."

 

Does that fix this?

 

Stan

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Hi Stan,

 

This seems to have solved the issue. We were not aware that captions have their own (well hidden) language styling settings distinct from Premiere's global settings. I can't thank you enough for bringing this to our attention. I'm a little surprised the Adobe tech support didn't suggest this fix during our marathon session this morning - we could have saved ourselves half a day.

 

For anyone reading, you find the Caption Track Settings here:

 

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And select 'South Asian and Middle Eastern' under 'Text Engine' here:

 

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Thanks again, Stan! You're a star.

 

In kindness,

 

Chris.

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Thanks for confirming the fix and for providing those helpful screenshots.

 

The first version of the reference guide was available right away, but it is missing some important info, as you discovered.

 

Stan

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Sep 01, 2021 Sep 01, 2021

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Dear Friends, 

I was able to solve this problem in a different way, made one video on this.  - https://youtu.be/WdDCIm1t8Yg "How to import Hindi SRT to Adobe Premiere Pro? Adobe Tutorials" hope it will be helpful. 

Regards. Rajesh. 

How to import Hindi SRT Correctly in Adobe Premiere Pro cc 2021 | Adobe Tutorials, एडोबी प्रीमियर प्रो में हिंदी srt कैसे इम्पोर्ट करें, एडोबी प्रीमियर प्रो ...

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